Contact Kimberly Mowat at 303-396-7328 or email@example.com.
Denver Peel Party
Owner- Peggy Wozney
Turn your home into a spa! A licensed Aesthetician will come to your home bringing
everything needed to perform a chemical peel or enzyme treatment on you and your
guests. Enjoy getting caught up with friends while doing something great for your
skin. All peels are customized for each person.
Enter to win a free peel party for your playgroup.
Tia Bach’s debut novel, Depression Cookies will be available at the event. Tia is
a MOD Moms member who recently relocated to the DC area. She co-authored this book
with her mom.
Depression Cookies is a coming of age story woven around the heart of family triumph.
It is told from two distinct vantage points, middle-aged mother, Abby, and her teenage
Abby is buckling under the weight of a husband who is climbing the corporate ladder,
three daughters each with their own unique needs, a mother who is going off the deep
end and family health issues. As she is meeting everyone else's needs, her own keep
surfacing. She feels she is losing parts of herself daily and doesn't know how to
handle the stress and conflict. All she truly wants is a little magic in her life.
Krista is thirteen, battling acne and low self-esteem, when her father waltzes in
and announces the family is moving again. Instead of letting fear and anxiety rule
her life, she is determined to survive the trenches of teenage cruelty and family
issues without completely losing herself in the process.
What neither expects to find is the true essence of magic in the strength, friendship,
power and energy of the female spirit.
outrageous jewelry design
Local artisan Stephanie Cox presents ever-popular flower pendants and bottlecap earrings,
as well as the "I Used to be an Ugly Sweater" line of knit hats made of recycled
Generations Massage Therapy
Tasha L. Scholze, is a certified massage therapist and owner of Generations Massage
She will be offering 10 minute shoulder and neck massages for $10 with $2 from each
massage going to the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) http://www.ovarian.org.
She lost her mom to this disease and really wants to spread the word about it.
She works out of her home in Superior. She is certified in prenatal, postpartum
and labor massage/education as well as in infant massage instruction. She is a Certified
Kinesio® Taping Practitioner (CKTP) using the Kinesio® Tex Tape Method for rehabilitation
We will be selling African baskets, leather lined gourds, bark cloth throw pillow
cases, paper jewelry and calendars. All items except the calendars are made in Ugandan.
All calendar pictures were taken at the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement in Uganda.
Our baskets are made by women refugees living at the Kyangwali Refugee Settlement.
These women are refugees from the DR Congo. Most are widows; some are orphans, all
care for children or other family members. The money received from the sale of a
basket goes to the women who made it. A picture of the woman who made the basket
is included with each basket purchase.
100% of the money received from sales will provide funding for Kyangwali Women’s
microcredit projects (www.PeopleWeaver.org).